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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hiram_Cox

Captain Hiram Cox (1760–1799) was a British diplomat, serving in Bengal and Burma in the 18th century. The town of Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh is named after him. As an officer of the East India Company, Captain Cox was appointed Superintendent of Palongkee outpost after Warren Hastings became Governor of Bengal ...

www.safeopsys.com/staff/captain-john-m-cox

Captain John M. Cox. A veteran major airline, corporate and general aviation pilot, Captain John Cox has flown over 14,000 hours with over 10, 000 in command of jet airliners. Additionally, he has flown as an instructor, check pilot, and test pilot in addition to his extensive involvement in global air safety. Awards and ...

www.usatoday.com/topic/5E7F3783-3925-4483-B9D0-FED33169D7BE/ask-the-captain

Retired airline captain John Cox answers aviation questions.

www.usatoday.com/story/travel/columnist/cox/2017/11/23/ask-captain-readers-thankful-learn-more-flying/882852001

Nov 23, 2017 ... We've received thousands of queries from readers since we launched the Ask the Captain column in 2010, and former airline pilot John Cox answers every one of them.

www.whalewatching-novascotia.com

Sail with Captain Dennis Cox, Cape Breton's most experienced whalewatch captain, who started whalewatching in Northern Cape Breton. Captain Cox is a Small Craft Master (C1J4) with over 30 years experience at sea. Captain Cox and his crew first photo identified and named the pilot whale "HOOK", whose life size  ...

www.public.navy.mil/surfor/lha5/Pages/bio1_relieved_june2012.aspx

Jun 4, 2012 ... Captain James T. Cox, a native of San Antonio, Texas, graduated from Stephen F . Austin University in 1982 and received his commission in January 1985 through the Aviation Officer Candidate School Program. Upon receiving his wings in May 1986, Captain Cox reported to HSL-31, the LAMPS MK I Fleet ...

www.cnrc.navy.mil/pages-leadership/nrc-reg-east.html

Captain Cox was born in Patuxent River, Md., 11 February 1962, enlisted in the U.S. Navy in 1983, and attained the rank of chief petty officer. He served over 4 years aboard fast attack submarines based in Norfolk, Va. and was selected for comissioning under the enlisted commissioning program in 1989. He graduated from ...

www.halldale.com/captain-john-cox

Company: Safety Operating Systems. Job Title: Chief Executive Officer. Captain John Cox is the Chief Executive Officer of Safety Operating Systems. He is a 44- year aviation veteran with experience as a corporate pilot, airline pilot, instructor, test pilot and safety professional. In 2005, he retired from US Airways after 25 ...

www.williamcox.org

These pages are about Captain William Cox, Infantry, Disabled, and his combat experiences with Company A, 1/52d Infantry, and PTSD.